Solvent Based

At CJ Paint Spraying we provide two main types of spray paint. One of which is Solvent Based. Take a read below to find out more about this process, and see if this is the one for you.

WHAT IS SOLVENT BASED PAINT?

Solvent based paint works the exact same way as ordinary paint, although the solvents which are mixed inside can create maximum results. For example, some solvents can give you more of a rich colour, if you’re after a mustard yellow, we can use specific solvents to give you the colour you need.

When using solvent based spray paints it can enable the drying process to be far quicker than normal. Which for us as a company, and for our customers who are in need of a quick and easy process, this is normally a popular choice for them!

WHY USE SOLVENT BASED PAINT?

Not only is this type of paint a fast drying process than other paint processes, it also doesn’t have an impact environmentally, to do with the temperature as well as the humidity. Another thing to add on, they are a less expensive type of paint to go for, which can be tougher than natural paints.

It can be used on a variety of surfaces, such as; Metal Doors, Residential Homes and Industrial Equipment’s.

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WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS HAD TO SAY?

“We have used CJ Paint Spraying a couple of times for on site spraying services along with repairs to our external cladding. All of the work they have completed for us has been spot on! It always looks brand new, and the teams are friendly and professional, we couldn't recommend enough.”

David Netherway 14th March 2018